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Therapy services include the evaluation of skills, the development of treatment plans, and the delivery of therapy, if specified. Therapists work as members of a team, which includes parents, classroom staff, and other therapy and/or medical disciplines. For students enrolled in our school program, therapies are integrated into the student’s school day. The emphasis of our therapy programs is on facilitating the child’s participation in family, school, and community life.

Dance Movement Therapy

Dance movement therapy focuses on spatial awareness and boundaries, self-regulation, anxiety reduction, and body awareness. Benefits include a deeper understanding of internal physical sensations, increasing social skills – including eye contact, and learning to properly interpret emotions.

Music Therapy

Music therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions such as singing, moving or listening to music to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship. It provides communication avenues that can be helpful to those who find it difficult to express themselves with words.

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy

ABA therapy plans, develops, and monitors a variety of behavioral support service delivery options to meet the needs of clients diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and/or other behavioral and social/communication challenges.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy assists children in their fine motor and self-care skills, i.e. school-related activities and dressing and/or feeding skills, and also helps children organize and regulate their sensory systems.

Pet Therapy

Pet therapy is a guided interaction between a person and a domestic animal where benefits include improving verbal communication, increasing self-esteem, and developing motor and social skills.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy assists children in their gross motor development, i.e. postures in sitting, standing, mobility, and recreational skills.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy addresses language, articulation, voice, and fluency through auditory training and alternative communication modes and also may assist children in the development of feeding skills.


Therapy Team

  • Mackenna Grubiss, SLP
  • Megan Denington, OT
  • Zoe Northcutt, OT
  • Katie Pinson, OT
  • Susan Yoshimizu, PT
  • Katy DeToma, BCBA
  • Lisa Nalley, BCBA
  • Micah Anderson, RBT
  • Kelsea Bauerle, RBT
  • Caleb Burnett, RBT


  • Lucas Dillon, RBT 
  • Evie Dotson, RBT
  • Olivia Gideon, RBT
  • Jada Johnson, RBT
  • Makayla Lauck, RBT
  • Abby Pittman, RBT
  • Candi Pregler, RBT
  • Sean Ramsey, RBT
  • Ricky Schneider, RBT
  • Alissia Scott, RBT
  • Kathy Thompson, RBT